Luxury Modern Design In Free State Stadium For World Cup 2010
Bloemfontein, where the Free State Stadium stood, became one of the city venue for the match at World Cup 2010 in South Africa. Free State Stadium or better known as Vodacom Park Stadium is a rugby field with luxury modern design. Various important in rugby matches held in this modern luxury stadium design. Now, this modern stadium has been home to Bloemfontein Celtic football club, previously home to the rugby club, Free State Cheetahs and Central Cheetahs. Free State Stadium also used in FIFA Confederations Cup 2009, including the final match between Spain and United States. At the beginning, this modern stadium construction in 1952 has 38,000 in capacity. South African government renovated Free State Stadium accordance with international requirements set by FIFA for World Cup 2010. Modern renovation to this modern stadium construction was completed in 2008 with a capacity of 48.000-seater by improving two levels on the west side of this modern stadium. Free State Stadium has a new look of luxury modern design. Various modern facilities such as the entrance, electronic scoreboard, CCTV and advanced media facilities are in this modern luxury stadium. Some of the matches at World Cup 2010 held at Free State Stadium, including the match between the host South Africa and France. In this match, the runner-up World Cup 2006, France defeated by South Africa, although both teams are equally not qualify for the next round. In this modern stadium, England defeated by Germany. Many things distinguish South Africa as the host of World Cup 2010 with other countries. In South Africa, World Cup 2010 toned with Vuvuzela, Zakumi and Jabulani ball. Vuvuzela is a wind instrument with a loud and buzzing voice. Vuvuzela loudly become expression watcher enthusiasm. But Vuvuzela also been controversial in World Cup 2010 South Africa. Many football fans complain with vuvuzela loud and buzzing voice. In fact, the players on the field also complained loudly vuvuzela. The players suppose vuvuzela disturb their concentration when they play. Zakumi, World Cup 2010 South Africa mascot. Zakumi is a cheerful and sporty green-haired leopard. Zakumi gold-colored (green and yellow) symbolizes South Africa and their sports uniforms. Zakumi is a jolly figure, intelligent, confident, adventurous and a symbol of fair play in football. World Cup 2010 was also controversy with Jabulani ball. Jabulani with white color shades of yellow, red and black to represent South Africa. Many players consider Jabulani uncomfortable to use. They suppose that they kick the ball far off the mark because Jabulani is too slight. The goalkeeper also felt the same way with Jabulani. Their catch is often missed because Jabulani is too slippery. World Cup 2010 South Africa has its own characteristics.
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